Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by urbanchemist, Mar 26, 2010.
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a radar is a note where the serial # is the same both backwards and fowards for example 50577505. just like the word radar is the same backwards in fowards.
You do realise that I'll have to go through my 2,300 plus collection looking for them now!
Why not Bob. I have some Bob notes.
Bob works as well. And racecar too.
I prefer palindrome but since the currency collectors tend to use 'radar' I can learn to use that term too. To me the term radar is a little obtuse in conceptually describing what's going on in the serial number but I get it...
Here's a fun book of palindromes one can usually find pretty cheap used:
Madam I'm Adam by William Irvine
BTW, Nice notes Urban!
Congrats on the new pick ups
OK, "radar" is easier to say.
Nice notes.....I'm still looking for my FIRST radar, repeater, and ladder........I'll find them one day!
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